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- Grenfell Tower FireThe Law of Unintended Consequences - Professional Indemnity Insurance Claims and Rising Premiums
- Specialist Ceiling Services Northern Ltd v ZVI Construction (UK) LtdThe adjudication was not unfair by reason of the adjudicator having refused to withdraw after having been informed in the notice of referral of a without prejudice offer and having been sent a copy of the contractor's solicitors' letter enclosing that offer
- Farrelly (M & E) Building Services LTD v Byrne Brothers (Formwork) LtdThe contractor did not waive the right to bring a natural justice challenge on enforcement by having failed to raise that challenge when the adjudicator sent his draft decision to the parties
- Reaction to latest ONS construction industry output figuresGateley Vinden say economic uncertainty continues to unsettle the construction industry.
- Reaction to Markit CIPS UK Construction PMI for OctoberGateley Vinden says the latest results may indicate the economy is picking up after disappointing third quarter.
- A Brave New World – Video MediationAs the UK begins its slow journey back to work and becomes accustomed to living and working in a Covid-19 present world, it is no surprise that there has been a surge in disputes and companies looking for restructuring advice.
- Hitec Power Protection BV v MCI Worldcom LtdThere was no dispute where the time under the contract for the payment of an outstanding invoice had not elapsed when the contractor began the adjudication
- Settlement Agreements and AdjudicationDisputes are a fact of everyday life in the construction industry. Parties can manage to fall out over anything from the value of a particular variation to the quality of completed work or the value of an interim valuation and so the list goes on and on.
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- HUTTON CONSTRUCTION LTD v WILSON PROPERTIES (LONDON) LTDGuidance regarding whether the court should permit the defendant to oppose the enforcement of an adjudicator’s decision by establishing that the decision was wrong without the claimant’s consent
- ACTAVO UK LTD v DOOSAN BABCOCK LTD
- HOYLE v BAK BUILDING (CONTRACTS) LTDThe contractor’s contentions that the sub-contractor’s son who represented the sub-contractor in the adjudication had a conflict of interest, was not expressly authorised to represent him and was improperly consulted by the adjudicator should be rejected
- DAWNUS CONSTRUCTION HOLDINGS v AMEY LG LTDRecital (3) of the sub-contract, which provided that the main contract provisions applied save where they conflicted with the sub-contract, incorporated clause 63.2 of the main contract, which provided that a dispute could not be referred to litigation unless a notice of dissatisfaction was served within four weeks of the notification of the adjudicator's decision
- VINCI CONSTRUCTION UK LTD v BEUMER GROUP UK LTDThe adjudicator in not disclosing or ordering the contractor to disclose materials from a previous adjudication between another sub-contractor and the contractor in which he was (also) the adjudicator was not in breach of the rules of natural justice
- JJ RHATIGAN & CO (UK) LTD v ROSEMARY LODGE DEVELOPMENTS LTDThe fact that the adjudicator did not refer in his decision to the evidence of one of the employer’s witnesses in support of an aspect of its defence did not infer that he did not have regard to the defence itself and therefore did not constitute a breach of the rules of natural justice
- WILLOW CORP SARL v MTD CONTRACTORS LTDThe balance of the adjudicator’s award to the contractor having deducted the liquidated damages which the adjudicator should have awarded to the employer should be enforced by way of summary judgment
- COFELY LTD v BINGHAMThe arbitrator should be removed as arbitrator from the arbitration between the contractor and the claims consultant pursuant to section 24(1)(a) of the Arbitration Act 1996 for apparent bias